The car hire Milan Central Station is in Via Giovanni Battista Pirelli, 21. Clients really appreciate the convenient position of the parking in Piazza Luigi Einaudi. If you are travelling in group, try also one of our 9-seater minibuses!
The vehicles have to be returned at APCOA Parking, Piazza Luigi Einaudi – Milano, Tel. +392794600. The service is available also outside of working hours. After getting the ticket at the entrance, the vehicle can be parked in our parking spaces; the car parking is located at -2 floor (second underground floor). Please note that the ticket must be left inside the car.
If you are having any issues with your hire car, you can call our 24/7 roadside assistance, at the toll-free numbers: 800 71 39 98 from Italy, or 02 582 45 794 from abroad. Our multilingual customer service team would be glad to provide you all the needed support and assistance. For more information, check our Roadside Assistance
Skip the line allows to sidestep the standard queue and join a preferential line. This option is available while booking online or directly inside the rental stations of: Milan Linate, Milan Malpensa, Milan Central Station, Olbia, Cagliari, Naples and Catania Airport. The client may easily switch to the dedicated fast track by taking the number designed for this service, and pay for it only once he reaches the desk. The rate charged for this service is 6,99€ during the Low season and 14,99€ in the High season.
In case you left any personal effect on the vehicle, you can contact the pertinent location at the phone numbers specified above. However, B-Rent shall not be responsible for any abandoned or lost object.
Even if you will be allowed to pay with any kind of card during the online booking procedure, at the pick-up time you must provide a credit card for the security deposit, unless you have selected a vehicle from the J, J Top or J Suv category. In this case you will need two credit cards, one of which must compulsorily be Gold or Platinum. We accept: MasterCard Visa American Express We do not accept prepaid, rechargeable or debit cards, as well as any card issued by non-banking financial institutions (e.g. Visa Electron, Pagobancomat, Maestro, Revolving, Viabuy, Comdirect and Supercard Plus). The holder of the credit card and the one of the Rental Agreement must be identified as the same person.
A valid driving licence (if you live in a Country where Roman script is not the standard writing system, you will need an international driving licence, or a certified translation released by your Country’s embassy)
Identity Card or passport
Limited Traffic Zone in Milan (ZTL)
Milan is one of the most visited cities in Italy, so traffic happens to be very congested. For this reason, the municipality has introduced a series of antipollution provisions, in order to increase the air quality over the time. In the following section, we will try to explain the guidelines for the access to the main Limited Traffic Zones in Milan, so that you can drive light-hearted, without risking to be fined. The main ZTL in Milan are called C and B areas.
The Cerchia Bastioni perimeters, known as Area C, are delimited by roughly forty-three accesses, seven of which are dedicated to public transport. To enter in this macro-area that coincides with the Old Town, you will need to buy the proper ticket from an authorised dealer (newsstands, tobacconists, ATM points, Intesa Sanpaolo bancomat and so on). In alternative you can send an SMS to 48444, reporting AREAC and your plate number in capital letters, separated by a point: “AREAC.PLATENUMBER”.
However, the access to the ZTL is always forbidden for petrol-powered vehicles Euro 0 and 1, as well as for diesel-powered Euro 0, 1, 2, 3. On the other hand, electric and hybrid cars (class M1, hybrid-electric engine with emissions ≤ to 100 g/km) can freely enter and circulate in the Area C. The traffic limitation is active on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, form 7:30am to 7:30pm, and on Saturday from 7:30am to 6:00pm. Every ticket is valid for 1 day and should be paid within 24 hours from the access to the restricted area. Usually the access is free on Sunday and public holidays.
The district called Area B is right outside the Area C and has 185 monitored entrances, but there is no ticket to pay. The area is off limits from Monday to Friday (7:30am-7:30pm), for petrol-powered vehicles Euro 0, or diesel-powered vehicles Euro 0,1,2,3,4.
Piazza gae Aulenti was inaugurated on 8th December 2012 and has become the epicenter of modernity in Milan.
The rehabilitation was directed by Cesar Pelli, an Argentinian Architect. The square is enclosed by many buildings, the most important is the 231 meters tall UniCredit Tower which is the highest skyscraper in Italy. When the sun goes down, the square comes alive with the Solar Tree in the center of the square lights the area using solar energy accumulated during the day. In the vicinity there is The Vertical Forest, designed by Stefano Boeri, two towers covered by 2.000 species of plants.
The Cimitero Monumentale is one of the most impressive attractions in Milan. The sculptures and the architectures of the Monumental Cemetery are considered by many as an open-air museum with masters “works of art”. It’s possible to do a tour inside, usually free. It is the largest cemetery in Milan and contains a Jewish section and tombs of non-Catholic families.
The famedio, designed to be a church, host the bodies of prominent citizens which Alessandro Manzoni, Salvatore Quasimodo, Giorgio Gaber . The last body interred was of Dario Fo,took place on 15 October 2016.
Opened from Thursday to Sunday / 8. am 6 pm Entrance free. Telephone: + 39 02 .88465600.